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Federal Emergency Management Agency Launches Website To Combat False Rumors

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A pedestrian carries two packages of toilet paper as she walks along Market Street in San Francisco earlier this month. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Federal Employees Demand More Telework Capacity, As Personnel Management Head Quits

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A White House nurse prepares to administer the H1N1 vaccine to President Barack Obama at the White House on Dec. 20, 2009. On Friday, President Trump called the Obama administration's response to that outbreak "a full scale disaster." The White House via Getty Images hide caption

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The White House is taking a different view on telework as the Office of Personnel Management, housed in the Theodore Roosevelt Federal Building, tells agencies to incorporate the practice into contingency plans. Mark Wilson/Getty Images hide caption

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Passengers wait in front of the Air France desk at an airport near Paris on Thursday, a day after President Trump announced a 30-day ban on travel from most of Europe to the United States. Thibault Camus/AP hide caption

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President Trump met with hospital CEOs and insurance executives before traveling to Capitol Hill to meet with Senate Republicans to talk about plans to stimulate the economy. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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